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    Volleyball Results: Section 2A Boys Soccer Result

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    21 Oct 11
  • Policemen are set ablaze on fire by a petrol bomb thrown by protesters during clashes near the Parliament building in Syntagma square in Athens, October 20, 2011.

    The Greek parliament approved a painful set of austerity measures on Thursday, defying violent protests in central Athens and a general strike which shut down much of the country.

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    21 Oct 11
  • The Latest – October 21, 2011

    Wild Earn Shoot-Out Victory at Edmonton(Edmonton) — Wild center Matt Cullen scored the lone shoot-out goal to give Minnesota a 2-1 win over the Oilers last night in Edmonton. Ex-Oiler Dany Heatley lit the lamp …

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    21 Oct 11
  • HOCKEY

    THE STORY: After coming into the season with the promise of an improved offense, the Minnesota Wild have already split up their top line. The Wild face another goal-starved club Thursday as they visit the …

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    20 Oct 11
  • VH

    K Ryan Longwell has missed field goal attempts in consecutive games for the first time since his first two games with the Vikings back in 2006. He missed a 43-yarder against the Cardinals two weeks …

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    20 Oct 11
  • College Football, Saturday on KNUJ

    Saint John’s travels to face Gustavus Adolphus for a 1 p.m. kickoff this Saturday, Oct. 22, in St. Peter. The last time the Johnnies and Gusties met, and both teams had losing records, was Nov. …

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    20 Oct 11
  • Ice cream vendor gets prison for selling drugs with treats

    An ice cream vendor who peddled prescription painkillers from the same truck he sold frozen treats to kids, was sentenced on Tuesday to three and a half years in prison.

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    20 Oct 11
  • A pedestrian walks past a Bank of America banking branch in Charlotte, North Carolina October 13, 2011

    A New Jersey man sued Bank of America, JPMorgan Chase and Wells Fargo on Wednesday on behalf of ATM users, accusing the banks of colluding to fix the fees they charge customers to withdraw money.

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    20 Oct 11